The discipline is involved in the:
Where do Audiologists practice?
Audiologists can practice in the public or private sector in any of the following contexts:
How can you become an Audiologist?
The bachelor of Communication Pathology (Audiology), is offered in the school of Rehabilitative and Therapeutic Sciences. It takes four academic years of study to complete the degree. All students are required to register with the Health Professions Council of South Africa in their first year of study.
Qualification: Bachelor of Communication Pathology (Audiology)
Admission is by selection. A candidate selected for entry into the Programme of study will preferably have passed TWO of the following: Matric Mathematics, Biology or Physical Science with at least a D symbol at the Standard Grade.
Qualification: Master of Communication Pathology (Audiology)
The degree may be offered by:
Admission and Selection for 1 and 2